Good news! The Seahawks are 1-2!
Seattle beat the Chicago Bears 26-0 on Sunday, their first shutout since a 23-0 win over the New York Giants in December of 2013. It is their 19th shutout overall as a franchise and the first time they've ever blanked the Bears. It's the first time Chicago has been shutout since 2002.
Did somebody say Jimmy Clausen?
Besides just Clausen though, the Seahawks got a good rhythm going in the second half. They targeted Jimmy Graham eight times (OKAY?!), Tyler Lockett had another return touchdown, Thomas Rawls became the first running back on Seattle not named Marshawn Lynch to run for 100 yards since 2012, and Kam Chancellor decided to play.